For sale

Como city centre

hilly locaion

price on request

  • square meters: 190 mq.
  • bedrooms: 3
  • bathrooms: 4
  • other rooms: entrance, storage room, two wide living rooms, large kitchen with dining area
  • balconies / terraces: balconies with panoramic view to the lake and the city
  • garden: 25,000 sq.m. park with swimming pool
  • heating: central heating
  • garage: garage for two cars, garage for one car
  • parking space: uncovered parking space
  • energy efficiency rating: (C)

In one of the most beautiful Como lake villas dated 1700, surrounded by a centuries old park of 25,000 sq.m. enhanced by a private swimming pool of 20mts, we propose a prestigious housing solution with stunning view to the lake and the city.

The unit, on first floor, is very bright and sunny, boasts a south exposure and an extraordinary view to the park and Como town.

The apartment, of about 190 sq.m. has been completely restored with great care and attention to details and finishes; it is proposed partially furnished.
The interiors includes: entrance, storage room, guest’s bathroom, two wide living rooms, large kitchen with dining area, master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, further bedroom with bathroom, guest’s bedroom with bathroom, balconies with panoramic view to the lake and the city.

The proposal includes a garage for two cars, a single garage and an uncovered parking space.

Quiet and privacy guaranteed just few minutes far from the city centre and the Como – Lugano highway access.

Como the Centre

Como is the city that has given its name to the lake at the extremity of whose south-western arm it stands and is its most important centre for art, transport and economic activity. Less than an hour from Milan it is well connected to Lombardy’s capital by rail and motorway.
History tells us that before the Roman conquest in 196 BC this area was inhabited by the Gauls. The settlement was moved and spread along the banks of the lake. It gradually expanded and acquired city walls that enclosed temples, forums and villas. With the fall of the Roman Empire, Como suffered barbarian invasions, saw feudalism established and finally became a flourishing city community.